Growing up your Princess!!

When I conceived we all wanted that our home should be blessed with a beautiful daughter and God listened to us and given us a beautiful angel “IRA” our face of love, and given us the new job of growing up our princess.

Growing up your Princess!!

But as said everything comes with a responsibility so motherhood too !!!

My this blog post is for every mother who is growing up there princess just keep these little points in mind when you are upbringing your darling daughter to make her a strong & self-dependent woman for tomorrow….

Sharing what I learned from my strong mother and passing this to my daughter!!!

  1. Make her proud being a girl:   Yes, make her feel that girls are no less than boys.. Today a girl can do each n every work which a boy can or may be better than him. Tell her to be proud being a girl !!!

Growing up your Princess!!

2. Compliment your daughter on other things:

Don’t only compliment on her beauty or appearance but also on other things like her behavior, kindness & caring. 

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3. Set an example for her  :

She is going to grow up seeing how people treat you. So that she can watch you and learn to do the same.

We are their greatest teachers and they learn from what we do more than what we say. So if you are strong and demand being treated well there is a better chance she will grow up and do the same.

Growing up your Princess!!

4. Let them choose their passion : 

It’s perfectly ok if your little delicate girl choosing her interest her passion for swimming, basketball, cricket , karate let her grow in that don’t put a burden of your dreams on them.

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5. Teach them the value of saving money

So that hopefully someday they won’t have to depend on anyone to take care of them financially. Tell them to be financially strong on their own. 

Growing up your Princess!!

6. Make them aware of changes going to happen physically

It’s really uncomfortable and awkward, but it’s important to tell your daughter about mensuration.

And I want her to be prepared for when it happens. It’s my job to tell her what’s going to change with her body. She needs to be comfortable talking to someone about it and it should be me.

Growing up your Princess!!

7. Protect them but also teach them to stick up for themselves: 

It’s always good to be a protective mom but you need to make her strong to stand up for herself!!! She should be aware that what is wrong n stand for that.

Growing up your Princess!!

8. Teach them to be smart to learn intentions

Tell them about good & bad touch ensure that they understand n follow their instincts when it comes to men or boys … Guide & let them know safety taken at time of danger.
Growing up your Princess!!

9. Listen to them : 

This should be an important part of your daily routine as then u will be aware what going on in her mind and you can clear her myths & doubts. Spend quality time with your princess to know more about daily routine she is into.

Growing up your Princess!!

10. Last but not least:

Enjoy your best time you are getting with her she is one who will cherish all these moments lifelong.

Growing up your Princess!!

© Ruchie Verma.

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Ruchi Verma

Certified parenting teen practitioner, multiple Award winner, mother of two active kids believes in sharing the right source of information to readers which could help them in every possible way!!

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15 Comments

  1. Vowwww… great job… kudos @ruchi verma…

  2. These are good suggestions. Work for boys too!.
    The pictures make it stand apart

    1. Thanks!! Definitely write up for boys too !!!

  3. quite agree. raising kids is no small feat. agree with most points that should help her grow a better person. n very pretty pics 🙂

    PS : is the comparison / competition with boys necessary? it felt like a sour point. she should compete but she should not feel sexist/feminist about it. no?

    1. Thanks for valueable comment … No it’s not comparison it’s like why to tell your daughter you are like my son !! I have been always told by parents that u r my daughter n u are fully capable to do … It’s not at all saying son is not capable its about an identity of a galwhich she should proudly carry!!!
      We soon publish same tips for my son also … Keep following!!

  4. ???? ????? (Shaurabh Bharti)

    Thanks. Agree with that.

    In modern world where its nearly impossible to avoid boys early in life, I think it is rather more important to make them understand about how boys are like, what are their tantrums, why are they often different in behavior and likes n dislikes.. why are they raised differently from girls and vice versa.. etc etc..

    i think somewhr down the line kids figure out everything except this and as they grow, they find it increasingly confusing and irritating. some gyaan on these very basic philosophies of life would help their minds settle down for sure. 🙂

  5. Awesome post here Ruchi. Really loved your points..Every girl is beautiful the way she is and is even more stronger and independent when she is guided like this 😀 Keep up the good work.
    Cheers for being an awesome girl
    Anupriya

  6. great post u have here….keep blogging..ill be one of ur followers

    1. Thanks for hopping n following !!!

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